Thanks to the recent string of Annabelle horror films, the legend of the Annabelle doll, a supposedly possessed child's toy from the 1970s, is back in the zeitgeist. The doll — possessed or not — is real and resides at the Occult Museum in Monroe, Conn., the same place where Harridan Vodka rested this year's 666-bottle release of their Paranormal Reserve. The Annabelle Edition vodka is bottled at 44% ABV and arrives in an engraved wooden box featuring a functional Ouija board on its lid, alongside a certificate of authenticity and gloves for handling the bottle. The back of the label is inscribed with "Help Me, Help Us," a message found on parchment notes in the residence of Annabelle's original owner. For those seeking an even spookier sip, bottle #666 spent 30 days inside Annabelle's original case, and comes packaged in a one-of-a-kind wooden case that is a replica of Annabelle's current confines.